LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
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Definitions of LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
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1. In General, this is a statement given in writing that sets the conditions and damage amounts as a disclaimer on liability. 2. As a Memorandum of association, this is a statement clearly limiting liability to the par value of fully paid-up company shares for the firm's debts and obligations on a shareholder.
By Henry Campbell Black
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